Coefficient of Conservatism:
Coefficient of Wetness:
In almost all sorts of dryish to moist deciduous, coniferous, and mixed forests (including oak-hickory, beech-maple, northern hemlock-hardwoods, pine); swamps (cedar, tamarack, elm); common with aspens and birch and on stabilized dunes.
The long horizontal aromatic roots are of reputed medicinal value and have contributed to patent medicines as well as herbal teas and native remedies. The larger flowering umbels in this species and A. hispida are usually ca. 2–3 cm broad, becoming 3–4 (–6) cm in fruit.